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We talked about the Baseus GaN chargers before, and we’re pretty impressed with it. This time, it’s integrating Qualcomm®’s Quick Charge™ 5 technology into its new charging accessory, which has more than 100W of charging power. The new charger allows users to power up a 4500mAh phone battery from 0 to 50% in just five minutes. Moreover, the 100W+ power enables Quick Charge 5 to have better performance in other areas. For example, 100W power is powerful enough for fast charging ultraportable laptops. The Quick Charge 5 implementation in a mobile device will also bring a better experience in battery life and other aspects.
The end of last year saw several devices using and supporting the Quick Charge 5 technology. The Baseus 100W charger uses gallium nitride technology. It’s small and light enough; it can easily replace traditional power brick supplies.
As a new generation of semiconductor technology, gallium nitride chargers have higher power and a smaller size than traditional high-power chargers, making them easier to carry.
In just 15 to 30 minutes of charging time, customers’ phones and laptops can have a few hours of battery life.
While Quick Charge 5 charges devices at blazing fast speeds, it also keeps extreme safety measures in mind; Quick Charge 5 incorporates 12 different voltage, current, and temperature protections, including USB-input overvoltage protection at 25V and external power controls beyond 30V. It also runs 10 degrees Celsius cooler than Quick Charge 4. Quick Charge 5 enables Dual/Triple Charge technology, adaptive input voltage, INOV4, Qualcomm® Battery Saver, and the new Qualcomm® Smart Identification of Adapter Capabilities technology. These work together to maximize power transfer efficiency, increase safety and help extend the battery life cycle on a users’ device.
Quick Charge can increase the battery charge of a device by up to 50% in 5 minutes. Actual results may vary depending on device design. For more information, visit http://www.baseus.com/